A game played in silence by men wearing waistcoats wouldn’t normally be high on sports fans’ watch lists.
But watching snooker is a bit like checking out Soccer Saturday.
It shouldn’t be entertaining but it is!
And at Odds Manager, we’ll help you take advantage of the wide range of betting markets.
Here are all the latest odds for the top upcoming snooker matches.
Click on any odds to add it to your betslip or click on a fixture to see a comparison of odds from all the top bookies.
Bring some colour into your 2021 and get a load of the snooker action that is coming your way.
As we move into the new year we are half way through the 2020-21 season on the World Snooker Tour, with some of the most prestigious events still to come.
The Snooker Shoot Out is always fun. The Marshall Arena will host the non-stop one-frame tournament between February 4-7, 2021 and there’s countless opportunities for FA Cup-style shocks an upsets over that weekend.
The Welsh Open starts on February 15, 2021 with the Players Championship following the week after, with the Gibraltar Open starting March off in style.
Then it’s a countdown to the big one. The World Championship inside the legendary Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, will take place between April 17 and May 3, 2021, as Ronnie O’Sullivan looks to defend his crown.
We’ll then expect a short break before the 2021-22 season is announced to start in late-May, with the Vienna Open usually starting proceedings.
Keep your eyes on Odds Manager for the best betting tips and odds for the year’s worth of snooker.
Whether it’s trying to pick a tournament winner or zeroing in on a specific match result, snooker offers ample opportunities for punters.
The favourite for a snooker tournament will normally go off at around the 4/1 mark, which gives you the opportunity to bet on a couple of players at the top of the market, along with a few outsiders, needing only one to come in to make a profit.
With plenty of matches scheduled on every day of a snooker tournament, punters will have plenty of opportunities to put some Accas together and take advantage of all the boosts on offer.
A good way to get a better price on the favourite is to back them with a handicap, such as -1.5 frames.
Or you could back the exact score you think they will win by.
Although in the World Championship final they play best of 35 frames, so you might want to avoid that one!
The holy grail of snooker is the 147 break, but they are as rare as a vegetarian in Nandos.
So it shouldn’t be a bet you regularly rely on.
However, in longer matches such as those in the latter stages of the bigger events, the chances of one happening are increased, and with a price of around 30/1 usually on offer, you’ll be quids in if it comes in!